Learn how to generate a random number in this video.
- In this video we're going to talk about methods.…A method is basically a function, they mean the same thing.…In object-oriented parlance though,…you say method rather than function.…So a function is just something that does work on data.…If you think about a variable and a property,…which are kind of also the same thing,…as a way to store information, a container for information.…That's great so you can store information.…But really most programs need to be able to process…information, they need to be able to do something…with that data to make it useful.…
And that's what methods do.…So I'm going to scroll down to the bottom…and I'm going to add a method here.…In this case, the method that I'm going to add…is going to be responsible for generating our random numbers.…So I'll go ahead and give myself a little bit of…room down here at the bottom.…Method definitions look a lot like properties…except they have a few extra parts to them.…So you still need public for you access modifier.…
This means that it can be accessed…
AuthorBruce Van Horn
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